- Skin friendly alternative to acrylic tape
- Developed for long term attachment
- Ideal for use with limb boards
- Not made with natural rubber latex or plasticizer DEHP
Website orders restricted to U.S. customers. Not all adhesives are kind to the sensitive skin of neonates and pediatrics, but Neotech NeoBond offers a skin friendly alternative to acrylic tape and other harsh products. Use this innovative adhesive for long-term or short-term attachment. NeoBond strips or roll is ideal for limb boards and other neonatal uses. Like many Neotech products, NeoBond is not made with either natural rubber latex or plasticizer DEHP.
Clean and dry skin where NeoBond will be placed per hospital protocol.
Note: It is important for skin to be as clean and dry as possible. NeoBond will not adhere properly to moist skin or hair. Oils and lotions will also adversely affect adhesion.
DO NOT USE ALCOHOL.
Step 1 Before removing from plastic liner, hydrocolloid adhesive must be actively warmed. Warming techniques include: hold between the palms of your hands for at least 60 seconds, hold near a radiant warmer for 10-15 seconds, or hold against a chemical heel warmer for 10-15 seconds.
Step 2 Peel from liner. Wrap or apply NeoBond over skin and product (e.g. feeding tube, limb board) and hold in place for 60 seconds to ensure proper adhesion. Discard liner when done.
Step 1 Replace NeoBond every 5 days or per hospital protocol, whichever is sooner.
Step 2 Saturate NeoBond with water or saline.
Step 3 Slowly peel NeoBond away from skin as you swab the skin with water or saline.
INDICATIONS FOR USE
NeoBond Hydrocolloid Adhesive is intended for general use as a medical adhesive.
CAUTIONS & WARNINGS
Discontinue immediately if skin irritation occurs.
NeoBond will not adhere properly to moist skin or hair. Oils and lotions will also adversely affect adhesion.
Do not use alcohol to clean skin prior to application.
Single patient use only.